Some Silly Car Accident Stats

Monday, 10. March 2014

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Some daft information provided by Admiral insurance exposes the UK’s accident hotspots. If you are a driver in Scotland you are most likely to hit a lamppost while in Manchester and Liverpool you are more likely to have a bump at a set of traffic lights. In order to get these results Admiral analysed over a million claims over the last 5 years broken down into locality.

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I find myself asking why? But their analysis revealed that drivers in Motherwell and Lancashire were most likely to have a bump in a car park whilst drivers in Romford, Essex tended to suffer rear end bumps the most. In Tonbridge, Kent drivers need to beware of trees as that is their number one accident claim.

There was a high frequency of rear end bumps in London whilst in the West Country they were more prone to narrow lane collisions. Acting MD for Admiral, Dave Halliday, was mystified why there were so many collisions in Scotland with lampposts. Maybe they are all painted black with most of them unlit? By Graham Hill

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